Achieving safety is an increasingly complex task, requiring technical ability, specialist services, excellent communication and senior expertise.
We help our customers ensure safe and efficient access to ports and terminals, while avoiding undue delay or risk.
First, we study marine facilities risks and assess their consequences. Then we advise customers on the best ways of mitigating those risks.
Unpredictability is the enemy of business. Modelling and simulation offer powerful ways to support port and terminal design and operations optimisation.
Each berth in each port has particular challenges, from long-wave resonance problems to optimising the available mooring and passing ship criteria.
From terrorism to people traffic, ports are increasingly under threat from criminals. We are working with customers across the world to build security into new port designs and strengthen it in existing developments.
In view of changes made to Singapore QRA Guidelines (implemented in 2016), a Dutch storage major with a brown-field facility whereby the risk from the facility has not been assessed engaged BMT to carry out a Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) in accordance to both existing and new Singapore QRA Guidelines for the Terminal.
BMT was invited by a global financing and development institution to conduct a cumulative risk assessment of its three major industrial facilities in Nansha, Pearl River Delta and to review its industrial hazard risk management system.
Singapore Office of the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), commissioned BMT to undertake a Quantitative Environmental Risk Assessment to determine the risk posed by a newly-installed buried aviation fuel pipeline within a military facility.
Cruise Bay is Singapore's busiest marine passenger hub, which will see an increase in the movements of cruise ships within Cruise Bay and possibly lead to the use of Cruise Bay by ever larger cruise ships. BMT was commissioned to address these issues.
Following a launch of an initiative to improve transport safety in Tonga, BMT was invited by World Bank to identify what further assistance was needed to improve the ongoing safe operations of inter island shipping in Tonga.